- Help you understand and complete your coursework
- Explain concepts, whether general or advanced
- Work through different examples of the problems giving you trouble
- Help you build confidence to work out problems on your own
- Give notetaking and studying advice
- Help discover specifically what you can do to better your skills in a subject area
- Substitute for your professor, who is best-equipped to answer questions specific to
- Magically help you meet a deadline if you waited too long to start an assignment
- Do your homework problems for you
- Write or rewrite major portions of your papers
- Help you with assignments that your professor wants you to do by yourself, like take-home
To Best Use The Learning Center:
- Take careful notes in class and try to understand them
- Put forth serious effort in your work
- See your professor, especially with questions about the lectures and assignments
- Bring your textbook, notes, assignments, and specific questions with you to the Learning
- Consider visiting in a small group, if there are others in your class who want help
- Take a tutoring schedule with you after your first visit so you know when to come
- Never wait until the last minute!
- We do the best we can to be a productive supplement to your own work.
- We don't give you the answers, we help you find them.